'Shunyo Awnko' brings out disparities between India, Bharat
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Asked to elaborate his past comments 'a man can be destroyed but not defeated' Ghosh says, "I had expanded on the script of Shunyo Awnko after reading these last lines of Hemingway's 'The Old Man and the Sea' in a flight.
"As the story of Shunyo Awnko approaches the last act or the Zero Act, all of us realise that any triumph can never be final. Man is not made for defeat."
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